This little monster is the Skoda-built 305mm mortar produced for the Czech army in the interwar years. A total of 17 such mortars were in service when Czechoslovakia was occupied by the Germans, who immediately pressed the 305 mm into service under the designation 30.5 cm Morser. An additional six of the mortars were captured in Yugoslavia and also saw service on the Eastern Front under the designation 638(j). Photo taken in 1938.

This little monster is the Skoda-built 305mm mortar produced for the Czech army in the interwar years. A total of 17 such mortars were in service when Czechoslovakia was occupied by the Germans, who immediately pressed the 305 mm into service under the designation 30.5 cm Morser. An additional six of the mortars were captured in Yugoslavia and also saw service on the Eastern Front under the designation 638(j). Photo taken in 1938.

1938- Czech soldiers receiving refreshments as they prepare to leave Prague by train.

Czech soldiers receiving refreshments as they prepare to leave Prague by train.

Czechoslovak soldiers patrolling the town of Krásná Lípa (German: Schönlinde) in the Sudeten Region, September 1938.

Czechoslovakian soldiers in Krásná Lípa, Czechoslovakia, Oct 1938

1938 Partition of Czechoslovakia - Polish Army soldiers taking a group pose after replacing the Czechoslovak coat of arms with the Polish coat of arms over the Ligotka post office.

1938 Partition of Czechoslovakia - Polish Army soldiers taking a group pose after replacing the Czechoslovak coat of arms with the Polish coat of arms over the Ligotka post office.

President Edvard Beneš of Czechoslovakia, circa 1942

[Photo] President Edvard Beneš of Czechoslovakia, circa 1942

Famous Freemasons: Edvard Beneš, President of Czechoslovakia Ian Amos Komensky Lodge No.

Life October 3 1938

Life October 3 1938

Life Magazine October 1938 : Cover - J. Denemark, a Czech soldier. Inside the Maginot line in France - lots of great war readiness photos of bunkers and much more. Outside Hitler's Siegfried line, looking across the Rhine.

Czech soldiers  perform military exercises near Prague prior to the German invasion and occupation of the Sudetenland and the conquest of Czechoslovakia. Under the pretext that ethnic German populations living in the Sudetenland were being marginalized and that Czechoslovakia was descending into chaos and Germany needed to restore order in the country, German troops moved into the remainder of Czechoslovakia on 16 March 1939. Image taken by Margaret Bourke-White.

Czech soldiers Jiří Habel and Josef Neumann perform military exercises with a Schwarzlose machine gun (Těžký kulomet vz. near Prague prior to the German invasion and occupation of the Sudetenland.

1938-Czechoslovakia-Troops-Digging-Trenches-Original-Press-Photo

September Czech troops dig trenches near the German frontier during the Sudeten crisis.

Czechoslovakia 20-Anniversary,Soldiers,Benes&Masaryk,Vintage Postcard 1938 | Collectibles, Postcards, Royalty | eBay!

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